Final rules for D-Sibs published as FSB holds plenary meeting


The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has published the final framework for the regulation of domestic systemically important banks (D-Sibs).

This includes a set of 12 principles covering the process authorities need to follow to assess whether or not domestic banks are systemically important, as well as how to strengthen loss-absorbency requirements as necessary. The framework specified that loss-absorbency should be commensurate with systemic importance, compatible with the framework for

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